Thursday | 2 October | 2014
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Victoria Yates was diagnosed with breast cancer at 36
Find out how she overcame her fear, guilt and isolation
Going back to work after treatment isn’t always easy
We look at your rights and your employer’s responsibilities
Breast cancer and its treatment have many hidden effects
Anne shares some of the ones that took her by surprise

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